Formula 1 reduced his number of tests COVID-19 in the last week; hence, there was also a reduction in positive cases.
The category and the FIA presented their weekly exam report, in which they totaled 746 from Friday the 13th to Thursday the 19th of November, taking into account that they were held within the framework of the Turkish GP, the first event outside the central and western part of Europe.
It was the fewest samples collected in a one-week period since the start of the season. Of these, there were three that yielded positive results, additional to the case of Mario Isola, head of the Pirelli program, which was announced last Monday.
With this, of the nearly 70,000 exams that F1 has carried out since the start of the season, at the end of June, there have been a total of 76 individuals with positive for COVID-19. More than half (46) were identified since October 9.
Besides Isola, characters like the pilots Sergio Pérez and Lance Stroll and the internal director of Williams, Simon Roberts, they were part of the high-profile case list.
Formula 1 conducts periodic COVID-19 tests before and after entering the paddock.
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